Susan Ricker Knox (1874 - 1959)

By Deborah M. Child and Jane D. Kaufmann



About the authors:

At the time of writing of this essay, Deborah M. Child was an independent curator and historian. Jane D. Kaufmann was a lecturer and author on subjects including American colonial portraiture and Early American domestic architecture, as well as a notable collector of early Gustav Stickley furniture.


Resource Library editor's note:

This essay is reprinted on April 19, 2005 with permission of Deborah M. Child [1] and the Portsmouth Athenaeum. If you have questions or comments regarding the essay please contact the Portsmouth Athenaeum directly through either this phone number or address:

The exhibition Susan Ricker Knox (1874 - 1959): Portsmouth and Beyond was held at Portsmouth Athenaeum, in the Summer of 1998. This essay was written in conjunction with the exhibition and was previously published in a illustrated color pamphlet for the exhibition and in American Art Review, Volume X, Number 4, July-August 1998, pp. 134-139.

Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to Ms. Ursula Wright of the Portsmouth Athenaeum for her help concerning the above text.



1. Further permission was obtained from Susan Kaufmann, daughter of Jane D. Kaufmann.


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